Great Discounts on Great RV Gear!

What’s better than finding awesome RV products? Saving money on them! We’re thrilled that the following companies have agreed to offer special discounts to our viewers on the gear we use ourselves and recommend to friends.

Use the coupon codes below during the checkout process on any of their websites. Let the savings begin!

Just a note… we belong to the affiliate programs for the companies listed below, so we earn a commission on the sales generated through each link/discount code. But as always… our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny for your purchases (heck, the codes are SAVING you money), and we only link to products & services that we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence.


We’ve replaced so many of our incandescent, fluorescent and halogen bulbs with high-quality M4 LEDs that we created a whole video series about it.

Check out our M4 LED videos here

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Save 5% on your entire order with coupon code “RVGEEKS5” at


Slide topper & awning fabric replacement is the ideal cost-saving DIY RV project and Tough Top Awnings fabric is way better than the OEM stuff.

Check out our Tough Top Awnings videos here

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Save 5% on your entire order with discount code “RVGEEKSROCK” at


The added safety and visibility of amber LED lights set Roadmaster’s Nighthawk apart from every other towbar on the road. We love ours, so we’re thrilled that Roadmaster is offering a special package for RVgeeks viewers.

Check out our Nighthawk video here

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FREE Tow Bar Cover & Hitch Receiver Lock when you order a Nighthawk factory direct. Call Roadmaster at (800) 669-9690 and tell them you want “The RVgeeks Package.” Free Shipping is Included!


Ditch the bottled water! Major cities sanitize their drinking water using ultraviolet light, and now you can, too. Acuva’s UV-LED system makes water safe to drink, using a fraction of the space and power… perfect for RVs.

Check out our Acuva installation video here

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$100 off any Acuva system using discount code


Run your A/C from a small, portable generator OR run two A/C units on a 30-amp connection. By reducing the start-up current needed to get your A/C compressor running, the EasyStart keeps you cool!

 Watch our EasyStart installation video

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Save $25 on each EasyStart 364 with discount code “RVGEEKS” at


After 11+ years of full-time RVing, our original RV mattress was worn out and no longer comfortable to sleep on… but with our new, custom-made one from MattressInsider we’re sleeping soundly again!

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Save 10% on your entire order with coupon code “RVGEEKS” at


Make sure your RV is protected from low voltage, bad RV park wiring AND power surges when connecting to shore power! We never hookup without ours!

Watch our Hughes Autoformer video

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Save 10% on your entire purchase with coupon code “RVGEEKS” at


Setting up at a new campsite, and getting stowed for travel, have never been easier since we installed our new Glendinning power cord reel. Its extra-long 50′ cord, robust design, and unique features are the best we’ve ever seen.

Watch us install and demonstrate our CRMA50!

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Save $70 on the purchase of a model CRMA-50 50′ Power Cord Reel from Glendinning Products  with coupon code “RVGEEKS” at

(NOTE: discount not available on other products)


We love our weBoost Drive 4G-X with OTR Spring-Mount Trucker antenna. It keeps us connected (both voice and data) in some amazingly remote locations. We wouldn’t be “geeks” without it! wink

Check out our weBoost installation video here

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Save 5% on your entire order with discount code “RVGEEKS” at


Having trouble getting online? WiFi Ranger boosts weak signals to dramatically improve your connection. We’re addicted to ours!

Watch our WiFi Ranger installation video

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Save 5% on your entire order with coupon code “WFRGEEKS” at

Here’s how we find free & inexpensive places to camp overnight. We can save more in one night than the cost of an annual membership!

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Get 15 months of membership for the cost of 12!  Enter “RVgeeks” as the “Name of referring subscriber or blog” at

Now available as an app for iOS & Android!
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Marc & Julie Bennett of RVLove are experienced full-timers, and great teachers. They can help you avoid costly mistakes and get more enjoyment out of RVing with their RV Success School. It’s a fantastic resource for new or wannabe RVers.

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Save 10% on any course or package with promo code “RVGEEKS” at


Tired of RV Parks and Campgrounds and want to try something different? Stay overnight at wineries, farms, and other attractions instead!

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Save 15% on your first year’s membership to Harvest Hosts by clicking here.


Safe, free and legal RV parking on private property. It’s like having friends and family everywhere!

Watch our Boondockers Welcome video
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Save 15% on your initial membership with coupon code “RVGEEKS15” at


We replaced our worn-out basement door gas springs with high-quality units from Hatchlift. If your RV isn’t already equipped with door lifts, Hatchlift makes complete installation kits… and bed lift kits, too!

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Save 10% on your entire order with coupon code “GEEKS10” at


FMCA is a great travel club that offers an incredible array of benefits and discounts to all its members.


Save $10 on your annual membership with promo code “RVGA2” at

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  1. So I was hoping I could find a released video. I couldn’t find a search option but maybe I just missed it. I really enjoy y’all videos and it’s helped a lot with being new to the travel trailer world.
    I would like to know if you have any direction in how I would go about taking the master bed. Well only bed in my 2020 surveyor legend and basically lifting in up between the built ins. So that it stays basically up at the delinking creating more room? Or is there a better solution? I thought about removing the walls separating the bedroom and the main area and switching the two and putting bed in the slide. I’m too inexperienced I think for this so any help is generally appreciated.

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      Hi Tiffany! Hmmm… that’s a fairly involved project you’re talking about tackling there. We’ve never done anything along those lines, so we’re not sure where to tell you to start. In general, RV construction isn’t too dissimilar to a house… but, of course, there are additional issues like weight, moving walls (slides), etc that aren’t a factor in a stationary house! Moving the bed up to the ceiling? We assume you’d have to have some mechanism for lowering it so you could sleep in it… which, of course, complicates the situation. New RV’s often come with a ceiling-mounted and lowerable bed in the living area as a second bed for guest/kids. But those RVs were built with that design in mind, so may have additional structural elements built into them to handle/distribute the weight (and account for the movement).

  2. Love the videos! So helpful to everyone. We are about to go on the road and are “gearing “ up. :) Was wondering about the awesome tire covers you have. They seem like a perfect solution and easy the handle. Are they available for purchase?

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      Thanks, Teresa. We’re so glad you’ve found our videos helpful! And we get a LOT of questions about the tire covers we have… but, unfortunately, they’re not made any more. We bought them 15+ years ago when we got our Mountain Aire. They were made by MCD, but a few years after that, they stopped making them altogether (instead, they focussed on the roller shade side of their business which really took off). If it’s any consolation, while they have a really clean look, they’re a pain to install. Which means we tend not to put them on as often as we should, which leaves our tires exposed to the sun more than necessary. We’ve been babying them for years, trying to keep them going (the tracks they slide into are beginning to crack… and the fabric is wearing out and tearing in a few places) until we find a replacement we like better. We have our eye on a new set, but don’t have them in hand yet, so we don’t have experience with them to know if we’d recommend them or not. Stay tuned! 😉

  3. Enjoy your videos very much, been RVer since 70’s-90’s getting back into it. Keep up the good work and safe travels!

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